Disco Biscuits Live at Chester's Place on 1998-08-15
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- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
2: Vassillios -> Soul Sacrifice, Norwegian Wood, Jamillia, Boogie Stop Shuffle, Mr. Don, Magellan
Seek tables added by Dave Cooke (03/18/04)
- 2004-04-05 08:37:06
- Tascam DA20mkII > DiO-2448 > Cool Edit 2000 > CD Wave > SHN
- Fayetteville, AR
- AT 4051 > MV100 > DA-P1
- Taped by
- Brian Cox
- Transferred by
- Daniel Ritchey
- Chester's Place
Subject: Classic Chester's Place experience
Photo from The Disco Biscuits petition page on Dgold.info
Yo. Is it the best show of the year, I doubt it. Of the tour? Probably not. Nevertheless this show is completely ripping, and goes down in history as one of the most mind-blowing concerts I ever experienced. Download this NOW!
It is the last show of Summer Tour 1998. It was a late booking, wasn't even really on the tour docket until like a week before. They start out quiet with stuff like Awol's and All Blues, and resume that jazzy theme late in the show with Boogie Stop Shuffle in which Saltman takes a mini drum solo, kinda the goodbye to the tour. Mellow moments in an otherwise raging show.
Show started out with 15 people in the audience and swelled to 75+ after we phoned in friends at the setbreak. The energy picked up huge after that 30-minute Basis closer of 1st set. It went over the top in the second with Vassillios>Soul Sacrifice. I love the 98 stylee from Sammy because he has more of a jazz/kit-drummer sound. He is kicking the deep trance beats but with more of an organic pat-pat sound of the bass drum and a natural pop on the snare and high hat. It just sounds like a jazz drummer who went into a trance from which he could not escape. This really draws the listener in, and soon Barber is surrounding my brain with hollow-body electric guitar purity, notes of bliss. Santana himself got nothin on this Soul Sacrifice jam. If you don't have any tapes of TDB doing Soul Sacrifice -- they don't really play it anymore -- here is a fine place to aquire a solid version.
This Mr. Don is a version that, about a year later I was talking to Magner and he said Oh yea Fayetteville, the show with that Mr. Don. Yep this is that Mr. Don. Get it!! Magellan encore with Brownie props for 'our first time in Arkansas' is another highpoint for me that led me home with a major grin plastered on my face.
If you are looking for 1998 Biscuits, or classic moments from the venerable and dearly departed Chester's Place, this is a great show to check out.
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